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HiFi-Cable and ASIO Bridge

Virtual Audio Device Driver ASIO Bridge by VB Audio
HiFi-Cable and ASIO Bridge
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HiFi-Cable and ASIO Bridge by VB Audio is a Software Application for Windows. It functions as a Standalone Application.
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As the VB-CABLE, HiFi Cable is a virtual audio driver (MME, DX, WDM, KS, WASAPI) working as "Virtual Audio Cable". All incoming signal to the Cable input (Playback Device) go out to the Cable Output (Recording Device). But the HiFi Cable is also working with the ASIO Bridge allowing to route these virtual i/o into an ASIO Device.

Then ASIO Bridge allows every audio application, video game or whatever player, taking advantage of ASIO device through their native windows audio interface. It includes the possibility to read DVD with a Windows Player and spread the 6 or 8 outputs on your preferred professional audio device usually driven by ASIO Interface.

ASIO Bridge can run in System Tray and be launched on Windows startup (by a simple On/Off option in its menu) and allows multichannel assignment to take advantage of 8 ASIO I/O.

HiFi cable supports all sample rate from 8 kHz to 384 kHz, 16 or 24-bits resolution (bit perfect) and up to 8 channels. HiFi Cable & ASIO Bridge are "Donationware" available on www.vb-cable.com.

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Discussion: Active
11 June 2014 at 4:02pm

HiFi Cable & ASIO Bridge.

Is there any possibility to enable this software to initialise itself after waking up from S3 sleep state?

Presently the ASIO enable button requires toggling to disable and then enable ASIO mode after waking up. Alternatively is there a command-line that can be executed to perform the init function?


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